Shedding Light on Dark Stars
Bizarre stars powered by dark matter may have been the first to appear after the Big Bang.
By Ker Than
What Else Is Out There?
Planets and other large objects could be lurking far beyond Neptune.
By David Jewitt
Amateurs help scan a century of photographic plates.
By Stephen Lieber
BEYOND THE PRINTED PAGE
Occultation Web Resources
Occultations of stars and planets by the Moon and asteroids are exciting to watch, and amateur occultation timings can have real scientific value. But first you need to know what occultations will be happening in your area.
By David W. Dunham
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Observatories on the Web
You can rent time to observe from home with top-notch telescopes and CCD cameras around the world.
By Andy Macica
Double Stars in Leo
The Lion is a treasurehouse of bright, rewarding visual binaries
By Richard Jaworksi
Keeper of Secrets
Little-known Lynx hosts some exotic deep-sky objects.
By Sue French
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